The idea behind the Magic Mat is that it sticks to a flat surface and then it holds the bowl/plate in place preventing slips and spills. And did it work?
It worked perfectly. We took it out for pizza with us (it can fold really small), and we put Oli in the highchair and then put the magic mat down on the table next to us. We then stuck his bowl on to it (filled it with pizza!) and let him help himself; the bowl didn’t move which meant no mess (or embarrassment!) for us.
We were also sent the Tommee Tippee Reins to try out, which I was rather pleased about as we’ve been on the hunt for some reins that didn’t show hideous cartoon character or look like a plain old dog lead. Oli is at walking age now, and he constantly wants to be on his feet, we do get tears when the pram comes out.
As you can see from the following photos, Oli enjoyed his new found freedom.
I do look forward to going somewhere where the reins can come out to play more. I know it makes Oli happy to have this walking freedom and it makes me happy to see him full of smiles. If you’re looking for reins for your little one, then I can personally recommend the Tommee Tippee Reins.